Business Credit

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Business Credit

1. Any loan or line of credit to a company or an individual for business purposes as opposed to personal use.

2. A loan or line of credit that a company extends to another in order for the second company to buy goods and services, especially those necessary to conduct its operations. It is more commonly called trade credit.
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At that point, there is no longer a separate measure of AMT and regular tax, just corporate income tax (which general business credits reduce).
Many attractive business credits are available to employers, such as the welfare-to-work credit, work opportunity credit, FICA tip credit, empowerment zone credit and employer-provided childcare credit.
The credits are subject to the overall limits on the general business credits that can be taken in any tax year.

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